This article is part of our DFS KBO series.
One of the nice things about the KBO, at least from the perspective of someone who covers the league, is the league-wide Monday off day. While it's undeniably enjoyable as an MLB fan to know that there will be a game on every night for six straight months (in a pandemic-free world, at least), the universal day off in Korea breaks the season into discrete, easily digestible pieces and offers a chance to pause and reflect on the league as a whole. That won't be happening this week, though, as we'll have a full slate of five games after rain washed away the entirety of Monday's slate. Four of the five games got canceled before they began, but the Dinos and Twins managed to get into the third inning before deciding to scrap their game as well. That means Chang Mo Koo's turn in the rotation will be wasted, though he might not mind too much, as he was en route to one of his worst outings of the year, having already given up two runs in two innings of work. The early cancellations mean that the majority of Sunday's scheduled starters will be pitching on this slate instead, though the Dinos and Twins will of course trot out a new pair of arms while the Wiz will skip Min Soo Kim in favor of Odrisamer Despaigne. With seven starters remaining the same, the majority of the recommendations from Sunday's cheat sheet will still apply, as will the